Being Human

By: Syeda Imam
Competition Year: 2013
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We are becoming less human in this present age,
With metals in our body ignored by microphage.
Steel and titanium alloys seem to replace,
What Mother Nature had tried to erase.
Are we becoming super heroes like Iron-man?
Or are we merely preserving life’s plan?
So whatever breaks or gets damaged, we can fix it.
We have implants and the body does not conflict it.
From prosthetic limbs to artificial skin,
We have reinvented almost everything,
Being human has been re-defined,
And thus we have become less confined.
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